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Japan's Osaka in shock split with tennis coach Bajin

Bangkok Post Tuesday, 12 February 2019
TOKYO - World number one Naomi Osaka has split from her coach Sascha Bajin just weeks after winning the Australian Open to complete back-to-back grand slam victories, the Japanese player said Monday.
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(CNN)Naomi Osaka has enjoyed a year of rare success -- ascending from world No.72 to top of the rankings with a pair of grand slam titles to boot. The Japanese star's rapid rise would, on the surface at least, suggest a player-coach relationship in fine working order. Yet 16 days after securing...

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